Try a full range of potato varieties in your garden this year. Includes German Butterball, Purple Majesty, Red Norland, Russet, French Fingerling, Red Pontiac, and Yukon Gold. 1. 5 lbs of each variety. 10. 5 lbs total. *varieties subject to change*
Our favorite yellow fleshed potato! An Heirloom variety with amazing flavor any way you cook it. Yellow netted skin and golden flesh. Flaky texture is never dry. German Butterball has a rich buttery flavor. Mid-Late Season. 100-125 days.
Majestic Purple skin. Solid purple flesh. A disease resistant variety that produces well. Amazing color for mashed potatoes or purple french fries. Mid-Season. 85-100 days.
This early season red skinned potato has whtie flesh and produces small to large tubers on medium sized plants. Flesh is described as moist and firm. Good disease resistance to scab, hollow heart, early blight, black scurf, and cracks. Harvest at 65-75 days.
The traditional baking potato, also great for mashing and fries. Resistant to late blight. High yielding, large size, few eyes. 100-120 days.
Vibrant rosy skin with creamy yellow flesh that contains a streak of pink. A truly striking potato. Very versatile and easy to clean in the kitchen. Different from other Fingerling varieties in its uniformity, larger size, and excellent production. Stores well. Mid-Season. 85-110 days.
Versatile Red potato. Harvest early for red baby potatoes or let mature for large blocky potatoes. Thin red skin with shallow eyes and crisp white flesh. Excellent mashed or boiled. Good storing. Does well in heavy soils. Mid-Season. 80-100 days.
Yellow fleshed and versatile. Thin skinned with buttery flavor. Moderate keeper. 100-125 days.